The remains of the ancient Mayan and Aztec civilizations make Mexico a magnificent place to discover the charm of ancient traditions. A place where the strength of the earth contrasts with the turquoise-blue of the Caribbean.

Relaxation by the sea and Mayan culture

The extremely long beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Rivera Maya and Cancun are probably the most coveted destinations for people who visit Mexico on vacation. But other things to do in Mexico include a swim in a cenote, the famous underground freshwater pools on the Yucatan peninsula, a tour of the lush jungle, a trip to the Chichén Itzá pyramids, a visit to the chaotic Mexico City, discover the Mayan ruins at Tulum, sing along with the mariachis or taste the delicious cuisine in Oaxaca.

The Mexican peso is the official currency. In the most tourist areas you can pay with a credit or debit card without any problem.
The official language is Spanish, although around a hundred indigenous languages still survive.
In most urban areas you can connect to a free public Wi-Fi network.
The climate is warm and mild with rain almost throughout the year. The driest month is January and the warmest is July.